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Book Description
London, Robert Hale. 1st Edition. 1937. Very good plus red cloth. Very good and rare pictorial dust jacket. Wrapper has some wear and chipping to heads of spine. Contents fine. Portrait frontispiece, 31 plates, red cloth, gilt titles to spine, Translated from the Swedish by Evelyn C. Ramsden. Illustrated by photos taken by the author. Being the Story of a Journey through Persia with Its Experiences and Adventures.
Dealer Notes
Countess Maud von Rosen-Engberg was the mother of the equestrienne [Maud von Rosen], the sister of [Clarence von Rosen, Jr.], and the daughter of IOC member [Clarence, Count von Rosen], who was considered.The Father of Modern Olympic Equestrian Competition. Countess Maud was a sculptor, participating in the 1932 Los Angeles Art Competitions. In the United States, she became well known as an artist during the time of her first husband Count Gustaf Fredrik rich Hans von Rosen€™s work as a military attache at the Swedish embassy in Washington. Her mother was a member of the noble Swedish family von Blixen-Finecke.
A Swedish equestrian and Olympic medalist. She won a bronze medal in dressage at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich.
Author Countess Maud Von Rosen
Date 1937
Binding Cloth
Publisher Robert Hale
Illustrator N/A
Condition Very Good
Pages 288

Price: £150.00

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